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Recruit Babson Undergraduate Talent in Fall 2017!

The Babson Undergraduate Center for Career Development (CCD) is pleased to announce our 2017 Fall Recruiting Season programs and offerings are now available! We invite you to join us to build your brand on-campus and identify talent for your organization. The Undergraduate CCD Employer Sponsorship Program is an exclusive partnership that creates opportunities to maximize your organization’s recruiting effectiveness across campus. The benefits offered through the various levels (Platinum, Silver, Non-Profit/Start Up) will enhance your on campus brand, visibility, and overall experiences with the Babson undergraduate students and faculty. Note, registration for the CCD Sponsorship is a part of our Fall Career Expo registration.

We are also offering “a la carte” sponsorships as well as sponsorship opportunities with cross campus partners for potential engagement with specific, targeted student audiences (ie; Student Affairs & Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Multicultural and Diversity, Women’s Leadership, etc.)

Learn more about our Platinum, Silver, Non-Profit/Start Up Sponsorship opportunities here » 


SIGNATURE FALL UNDERGRADUATE RECRUITING EVENTS

Career Expo 2017
Wednesday, September 20th
2-5 p.m.
Our signature Fall event, Career Expo, is the perfect place to kick off your recruitment process, build your brand, and recruit qualified undergraduate candidates for full-time and internship opportunities. General registration for this event is $400 until August 23rd. Non-Profit/Start-Up participants receive discounted registration. Register NOW »

Industry Spotlight Program
Various Dates (see below)
6 – 8 p.m. (unless otherwise noted)
This program provides an opportunity for multiple employers – by industry – to come together and meet interested students in one night.  Compared to the traditional “info session”, this program allows you to meet a broader pool of candidates who are interested in your industry. Class levels attending vary by event. General registration for this event is $150. Non-Profit/Start-Up participants receive discounted registration.
Wondering if this is right for your company? Check out our Employer FAQ » to learn more about the structure of these events.

CAREER CENTER WORKSHOPS/PROGRAMS

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Recruiting Season Boot Camp (Sophomore/Junior/Senior Event)
Date is TBC – either Wednesday, September 6th or Friday, September 8th 
The Recruiting Boot Camp for is a great way to build your brand on campus with our students, connect with industry specific talent, review resumes, make connections and better prepare students for the recruiting season. Complete the registration form to receive updates as they become available.
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Career 101 (First Year/Sophomore Event) 
Friday, November 10th / 1-4 p.m.
Come meet the next generation of hires – our Gen Z’s. Please join us as part of an informative afternoon discussing resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn, professionalism, networking, and getting started on internship searching. This career program is a great opportunity to build your brand on campus and start that critical early engagement with first-years and sophomores. Additional details to follow.

ON CAMPUS RECRUITING PROGRAMS

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Post a full time or internship opportunity in Handshake.
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On Campus Interviews (OCI)
On Campus Interviews will run from September 25th through December 7th.
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NEW! Post your EVENT in Handshake
Is your company hosting a networking event, webinar, career night or presentation off campus? Post your event directly in Handshake to target the students you’re looking for and further build your brand!
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Employer Table in Trim
Host a networking table in the lobby of Trim Dining Hall during lunch hours – a high traffic area to further brand your organization and connect with students where they are.
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Drop-Ins Visiting Recruiter
Meet and advise students individually, from all class levels and concentrations, during drop-in hours, 1-4 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Students will turn to you as an expert to review resumes, cover letters, or do mock interviews. Use this as an opportunity for branding and to meet engaged students. Add a Drop-Ins Visiting Recruiter session to the Employer Table in Trim program to enhance your brand and identify talent!

EXPERIENTIAL ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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Externship Program 
Provide first year or sophomore  student(s) with the opportunity to job shadow for up to three days during our school breaks to identify student talent early and establish company awareness, all while providing relevant experience and showcasing your organization.
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Management Consulting Field Experience (MCFE) The MCFE program connects Boston-area organizations with talented Babson students who work as consultants to address a current business challenge. Application deadline to participate in the Spring 2018 is October 1st.

We look forward to welcoming you to campus this Fall! Please contact Annie Petrone, Manager of Corporate Relations (apetrone1@babson.edu or 781-239-4379), with questions or to schedule any of these programs.